This lovely custom kitchen was constructed of hard maple and stained to look like aged cherry wood. That kept the costs of the job a bit lower than it would have been using actual cherry lumber. This kitchen features flat panel doors that are dressed up with the addition of a bead and beaded door and drawer openings. The homeowner chose antiqued brass bin pulls and cupboard latches. The lady of the house is an avid baker and wanted a stand alone furniture style hoosier cabinet to provide a home and a power source for her stand mixer. the working flour bin and sifter are a nice touch. The upper cabinets in this kitchen have glass doors. The island has seating, a second sink, dishwasher and trash compacter built in. Above the cookbook nook, a microwave hides behind doors that rollback into the cabinet cavity. In the corner, there are a set of very cool 90 degree drawers that are visible in this newspaper photograph. This is the same house with the walnut master suite. The pantry door (seen in the first photo) has a chalkboard for a panel, a perfect spot for the grocery list.